Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on two newspaper ads he wrote that were published yesterday and today:

Yesterday, we let the workers at Kellogg’s know what we think of their senior management by taking out a full-page ad in the Kalamazoo Gazette (click here to read it). Today, we let the nation know what we think of Jon Stewart by taking out an op-ed page ad in the New York Times (to read it, click here).

Stewart’s hate speech, and Kellogg’s cavalier reaction to it, deserve to be publicly condemned. There is nothing funny about Stewart’s stunt, and there is nothing commendable about Kellogg’s arrogance. But they didn’t get away scot-free: Their reputations will never be the same.

Contact Comedy Central:

Contact Kellogg’s:

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